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Sugared Bitter Almond – “sugarplum” The word actually means sugared almonds. There are many different stories about where and when it first appeared. Others say the Middle Ages and others in the Roman Empire. There are claims that in ancient Greece there was a mix of almonds with honey before every wedding. The first was made of sugared almonds, flour and honey and subsequently with the 13 º century first appeared in their present form in a small French town of Verdun, sugar-coated almonds coated with sugar. The first production plant opened in Italy in the 19 º century. And from there spread throughout Europe, hence became part of the Greek tradition. In Italy and Greece are more widespread than any other country! The almond contained inside the fruit symbolizes fertility and sweet (honey the first year, sugar later) and bitter (almond) symbolizes joy and sorrow that are in the common life of the new couple.


Odd Sweetie – The wedding favors are traditionally an odd number of candies. Whether you are 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11 or 13 bonbons. The odd number symbolizes the indivisibility of the couple. Should the number be divided only by the number 1 himself. The symbolism behind this is that the couple will not break if one. The usual number one wedding sweet candies are 7 bonbons and a good many people this is for the symbolism of the Church of 7 Divine Mysteries. Some argue that 3 should be sugar-coated for the Bride, groom and unborn child, while 5 others say they believe that the number 5 symbolizes happiness, longevity, health, abundance and fertility.


Bouquet of the Bride – Today the bridal bouquet is among the first things that searches and selects a Bride. But the story of this bouquet…not so romantic, as I thought. During the ancient world did not have the possibility of daily cleaning, as today. So the day of the wedding of a girl, they considered very important, should be accompanied with beautiful scents and sweet odors. Usually by they called flowers of the field and hold them in their arms. Many times the flowers were combined with thyme or other herbs possible to hide unpleasant smells. Alongside the flowers always considered a symbol of fertility. So until today, the story was modernized, changed, falsified and made all these wonderful, elegant and fragrant posies that hold so much thanks to the brides all over the world!

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Toss the bouquet – A custom that is considered comes from England. In the past when a girl marry, the wedding day was considered particularly lucky. The wedding guests to “Steal” little of the fate of small shredded pieces of the dress and cut small pieces from the petals of flowers. To manage to escape the current brides from tearing their dresses, flew over their left shoulder bridal bouquet and the current. Over the years, longer flying Brides bouquet in unmarried girls as a token of good luck of girl who will catch her to be the next to marry!


Throw Rice, Isaiah – Believing in the old days that the newlyweds were lucky on the day of their marriage, their guests Throws nuts and seeds as a sign of a bustling crop year for their fields and spores as a metaphor of children who would come after her marriage to work the land. In times where the crops were not going well started flying rice instead of nuts and seeds, for Honeymooners. The next few years that followed and why poverty, prevailed habit of flying rice. Rice still has the interpretation, “that will take root” the couple and will always be dear to each other.


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White Wedding Dress – A habit so strong nowadays and so last…! The white wedding dress became known 1840 by Queen Victoria but prevailed at weddings the 20 º century. Until then the girls just wore the most good the dress they had in their possession. In 1840 the Queen of England decided instead of good silver dress to choose a white dress to marry Albert of Saxony, where the top was sewn lace handmade. The importance of the white dress was the abundance and riches, kath'oti that time only the rich could have a dress where you wore only once and even white since at that time there were no means to clean the white fabric easily. After the public release of the photo of the white wedding dress became very famous but still do not choose the Brides. In 1960 and then spread the white as the official color of the wedding dress of girl who would marry and then it became a trend, nonstop! In other countries such as China, India and Pakistan the wedding dress should be red kath'oti red is the color of good luck. In Japan customary Brides wear 3 or more times during the event of their marriage. Each country has its own customs and traditions!



Crowns united by common ribbon – The crowns symbolize the eternal bond of the couple in life. The ceremony consists of 2 Parties: engagement made with rings exchanged and the marriage takes place with the coronation, wreaths. During Engagement, The priest blesses the rings and the maid of honor the passing of a couple fingers crossed 3 times. This move suggests that in married life disadvantages of an offset by the benefits of the other.

The royal crowns are symbols that indicate honor and glory. They symbolize the royal grandeur had Adam and Eve in Paradise and the eternal bonding of the couple. The groom and the bride are crowned by the best man as king and queen of their own kingdom, their home. The ribbon that connects the 2 wreaths symbolize the essential unity in relation.


Sugared on disk – A Greek tradition! The Crown until you place the priest on the head of the bride and groom is leaning on disk onto sugared. Etiquette, Old Papas, put the end of the Mystery bonbons in his pocket Groom and he in turn distributes them to unmarried girls, where traditionally put under their pillow to dream about the man she would marry.



Veil – Weddings in earlier days arranged by their families and relatives. Many times the couple first meet in Church. The veil was a habit not to see the Groom to Bride from afar and did not like. I used to wear the Bride to her father handed over to the groom, who also lifted the veil. In ancient times and in Roman times brides wore red and yellow veils as characteristic of fire and for the prophylaxis of superstitions. Over the years the web has become a kind of fetish and fewer brides wear on their face while they are wide known only to wear in their hair.








Rings – The rings and the circular shape symbolizes eternal love, without endless, the circular path without beginning and without end. The ancient Egyptians were the first who wore. During the Middle Ages,wore the wedding ring on the third finger of their left hand kath'oti considered that there ended the vein of love which began from the heart. Gold as material represents purity and duration.


Wedding cake – Another custom with roots in the Roman Empire. The cake was then a barley bread which was baked especially for weddings, that day. In England during the Middle Ages brought with each guest as a gift to the couple a piece of homemade cake. The couple placed one piece on the other end and tried to kiss over the highest point. If succeeds considered good luck. This is considered the beginning of multilevel wedding cakes. The 17 º century cake called Wedding Pie is something more like pie or tart. The levels in the wedding cake, said that the added, where a French chef and decided that it was very difficult to cook multiple smaller pieces in a sweet. He thought it best to prepare a large cake at various levels.
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